Is there any (simple) way, from userland, to tell the Linux kernel to
delete an active connection from the connection tracking list?
Example, say I have a NAT box running Linux, internal IP 192.168.16.1,
external 18.104.22.168. I have a machine on the private network with an
tcp 6 431998 ESTABLISHED src=192.168.17.16 dst=22.214.171.124
sport=32879 dport=80 src=126.96.36.199 dst=217.XXX.YYY.ZZZ sport=80
dport=32879 [ASSURED] use=1
So I want to tell the kernel to forget about the above connection, such
that any further packets either upstream or downstream will simply get
Can this be achieved using existing utilities/kernel features?
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